The Solomons MIA Search Mission – What Happened Solomon Islands, South Pacific: Post three of three. What happened on Project Recover Solomons MIA search mission? Team members included Dan O’Brien (team leader), Derek Abbey (sonar assist), Megan Lickliter-Mundon (archaeologist), Charlie Brown (camera assist), Jeff Lynett (sonar), Ewan Stevenson (Solomon research specialist and guide), Tony Burgess …
Follow the team on the latest adventure scuba diving MIA crash sites deep in the South Pacific and get the inside look on what and how the teams locate MIAs
Follow the team on thier mission to the Solomon islands to find Solomon MIAs. Learn the ins and outs of what a mission is like and learn more about the teamFollow the team on thie
Kelly Family Shares MIA Research On Memorial Day 2013, Scott Althaus did what he thought every family should do on Memorial Day; he began MIA research on his family’s war heroes. One of the men he wanted to research was his cousin once removed, 2nd Lt. Thomas Kelly, Jr., who had been Missing In Action …
As locating World War II MIAs makes national headlines, more people want to research their family’s MIA. This post outlines the first three steps to take.
A Memorial Day Service honoring Lt. Thomas Kelly, a World War II bombardier, shortly after Project Recover announced locating his B-24, Heaven Can Wait.
AOM2c Sharninghouse, WWII ordnanceman, was buried 73 years later. His surviving sister and family, including 15 nieces and nephews, attended the funeral.
The importance of family was evident at the funeral of Lt. William Q. Punnell, MIA WWII pilot. Punnell’s surviving nephew and grand-nephew attended.
Meet the team, share in the experience as the team heads to Mexico for WWII MIA search training in multi-beam sonar and the latest in 3D modeling.
A WWII B-24 D-1 bomber with 11 associated MIAs has been located in Hansa Bay off the coast of Papau, New Guinea, by Project Recover.